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PhotoHunt: High

This week's theme is "High."

Most of the street shrines in Venice are at eye-level, but there are a few that are up high, second story or so. Not quite as easy to spot.


San Marco 340


Giudecca


Dorsoduro

Below the jump, you can see the non-zoom versions where you can tell how high these shrines really are.

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San Marco 340


Giudecca


Dorsoduro

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Comments (13)

Mar:

Such special shrines! beautiful take on the theme, happy weekend!

Ewok:

I like that they have shrines all over. Even for the nonreligious, these are works of art.

I always love your shots from Venice. These are great ones for the theme. Happy Weekend!

Those shrines are definitely high up! :)

Nice take on the theme. It's definitely worth looking up!

ann:

The shrine photos are always interesting. High or Low, I like them!

i'm presently reading paolo barbara's _venice revealed_. your beautiful photos and insights into venice are the perfect complement to it :)

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, these are wonderful shrines and from looking at your wide shots, I'm afraid I may not have noticed them had it be me walking by. You are so good and finding these precious shrines on all levels. A great take for this week's theme.

Have a wonderful weekend.

And, how beautiful is the iron work of the balcony, in the first photo?

Yvonne

YTSL:

Is there an exact total for the number of street shrines in Venice? Your photos make me think there are hundreds, if not thousands! :O

YTSL, there are over 500 shrines in Venice!

those shrines are lovely and great for the theme.

Those are high, you always have to remember to look up :-)

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